Spirit Animal Totems

Raven

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You are the master of synchronicity. Know in your heart that all doors are open wide. All you have to do is move through them.
-Raven

If Raven comes to you:

If Raven has come visiting you it can mean any number of things. Most powerful of all is the synchronicity that Raven assures you is pending. He is a master of bending and folding time and space so that you are exactly in the right moment at the right time. As a messenger you are reminded that those around you are reflecting back at you the things you most have to learn about yourself.

Know that when Raven appears that magic is imminent. Raven is about rebirth, recovery, renewal recycling and certainly reflection and healing. He signifies moving through transitions smoothly by casting light into the darkness.

Raven as Your Totem

If Raven is your Totem animal you are very playful and creative. You have no fear of the dark, or the underworld and understand that there is a divine balance between the light and the dark. You find comfort in solitude and enjoy your own company. Raven seeks stillness and quiet, and prefer it to the constant onslaught of chatter and noise in our daily lives. You are wise and often are used as a messenger for others. The spirit world uses you as a bridge to the physical world to bring forth its messages.

Raven in Your Dreams;

When Raven comes flying in your dreams he is letting you know that a change of consciousness is imminent. This omen signals you to watch for the clues and that new heights are possible. When Raven is still and silent looking at you he is invoking magic. Raven’s loudly raucous calling at you he is insistent that you take heed – you are missing something important or have forgotten a lesson learned. A Raven flying loops and upside down playfully is telling you to fasten your seat belt because everything has gone into hyper drive. Absolute magic is afoot.

Occasionally Raven can signify an impending death. This is usually signaled by feeding on carrion or preening of its feathers to show rebirth.

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Comments

Please have a close look at the Quotation Box at the top of the page before you make a comment or ask a question. There are at least five different messages that can appear in the box and more often that not your personal guides will see to it that the message is appropriate to what your visiting Raven was trying to convey to you. We try to answer as many comments as possible – but please be sure you have not already had your answer or that the answer is not in the first paragraph. If your Raven is dead – consider that the message is in it’s shadow form – in other words exactly opposite to what the message is saying and that you are somehow not accomplishing what it is asking for.

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143 Responses to Raven

  • I had a dream last night I was lying on my back being pulled by a friend through tall summer grasses. Then we started seeing “chicken of the forest” mushrooms in the sky, only when they drifted down to us, they weren’t mushrooms at all, but spiral clouds full of dead ravens, bloody and maimed. And the grasses became mountains of dead ravens being eaten by ravens and other carrion birds and a crew was trying to film it.

  • Is there any particular significance to witnessing a Raven eating the body of a smaller bird? This came to me when some of my premonitions fulfilled themselved one after another in a short period of time, and Im certain there is some greater meaning behind it. Any knowledge would be greatly appreciated.

  • I am being visited by a Raven since last two to three months.
    In fact there are three of them I believe a family of three. Initially I was afraid but then I gained confidence. They demanded for food initially, Now it has become my habit to feed them I stand up when I hear him and give biscuits or rice or whatever fresh food is available.
    I just had a query which is bugging me since long.
    What is their significance and how do I judge the significance. I have read they are the messengers of another world, what are they trying to teach and what are they trying to tell me…..How to judge / understand that.
    A Raven in Indian Mythology is the associated with Lord Shani, the mentor Lord rides them.
    My qs is very simple for I know that Lord is visiting me…..Is it Good or Bad for at times I feel shaken.
    Can Anyone guide me on the subject please ❓ ❓ ❓ :roll:

  • A white and black raven came into my dream. They where sitting in my balcony and where deeply in love. The black raven ( man )was a bit larger, strong and beautiful shiny black, so pure. The white raven (female) also pure , smaller and beautiful. Suddenly the white raven got scared of something and try to flew away, but she hits the window of my room and fall back on my balcony. I thought she must be dead , but the black raven hold the white raven in his arms/ wings. Then the white raven came to life, looking a Little bit different. She looks a lot younger and smaller with a few beautiful light brown feathers. Then she spread her wings and it was like a little rising fenix.

  • I have a question, I have had many dreams with the raven in it. The 2 i have had most recent was i was next to my garden sun glowing threw the trees a hare was running around like crazy, a barn owl was above screeching in the sky and i was sitting on the ground close to the tree the raven just kinda lifted its head up and looked at me squinting its eyes. I asked why it was looking at me and it stopped. Another one was A blind raven perched on my finger and i was in the middle of a forest and it nuzzled my with the side of its head and its beak against my nose i pet the top of its head and joy filled me. Is there anyone who can interpret the meaning maybe?

  • I was recently in the backcountry at an ink pots site. A large raven visited me, very closely. I knew it to be a good omen and gave it a little food, and spoke to it for a while. Before I left I thanked it for the visit and bowed deeply. It called out as I was leaving the site, sort of a farewell. The hike back was filled with calm and balance, with many inspiring moments and interactions with nature. The drive back home on a normally treacherous highway was very safe and easy. The raven brought me balance, harmony, reflection and peace. My personal spirit is the rabbit, which I find interesting as both the raven and rabbit can be tricksters.

  • My brother had a raven sit above his entryway for hours without leaving. He was curious to know if there was any symbolism to this.

  • I keep seeing a single raven almost everywhere I go it first started on my way home it was in the evening I noticed there was a bald eagle facing the way I came from and 2 trees next to it the raven was facing the way I was going now everywhere i go I seem to notice not far from me there is a single raven either on the telephone lines by my work it leaves after about 5 to ten minutes or in a tree at my house but it seems everywhere I go there is one near me what does this mean I’ve been told it’s bad luck

  • I dream about a raven landing on my right shoulder. In the dream I and the Raven are both calm and relaxed and then after a moment of the raven being on my shoulder I look deep, intensely, directly and into one of its eyes then after that I wake up. Does anyone know what it means?

    • I have had a recurring dream of a white raven landing on my left shoulder. In the dream I’m in an unfamiliar clearing in the woods. Deer are all around but they do not fear me. A white raven lands on my left shoulder and lets out a single “caw”. It’s eyes mirror the sun and clouds but when I look up the sky is grey.

  • Don’t know what a thousand showing up means. They just flew around above me. That was the 1st day. Then the next 9 days it was 200-300. That was a week ago, since then their has only been one hanging out, but staying distant. They weren’t landing for food, maybe they just like my pine trees, cause that’s where they landed and slept at night.

    • Ravens don’t congregate in groups, but crows do. They look very similay, and crows are quite large. Crows also roost in large groups in the early evening. Crows caw and ravens croak.

      • Sorry to disappoint you but ravens DO congregate in groups. However, unlike crows, raven groups are much smaller; I have seen groups of 40 or more. And, infrequently, larger gatherings that I call “raven conventions“ that appear to be a time of inter-clan gathering. Living in extended family units, one can usually see the four-plus members that reside in their chosen location — and the numerous closely-related relatives that generally live nearby.
        I live very close to an in-town raven family that usually numbers 7 – 9 members. During winter, when our raven restaurant is open, we have had as many as 23 ravens dining at our “raven restaurant.“ (Unlike crows, ravens stay for the winter and survive prolonged our sub-zero temperatures and annual ten-feet of snow!)

        • Interesting info! We seem to be having a raven convention downtown in our city this winter …I’ve noticed recently. ..almost daily ,a large group of them circling above different buildings downtown ….the location seems to change daily ….also there was a raven in a tree on my street who seemed to be being harassed by two crows …in response it was “clacking” its beak and the feathers beneath it’s throat were displayed ..it was also making that “flute “type sound

          • The flock of Ravens is called an unkindness of Ravens. I noticed one at my job and the company across the hall from me went out of business. I’ve seen another one and I think my department will be closing

  • Last week I was sitting on a mountain and a raven kept hopping around me just a couple feet away behaving very inquisitively and looking for food (oh which I had none) for several minutes. As I left it started calling out very loudly until I was out of sight.
    Then a couple of nights ago I had a dream where I had to walk through a field, and there were hundreds of ravens flying around feeding off dead ravens in the grass. there was a lot of crunching and cawing. As I walked through the live ones all flew or hopped out of my path but otherwise ignored me.
    Any ideas on if this could mean anything?

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